Changes in plasma glucose, insulin, glucagon, catecholamine, and glycogen contents in tissues during development of alloxan diabetes mellitus in rats.

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Alloxan monohydrate (ALX) was given to rats (20 mg/100 g body weight) and plasma glucose (PG), immunoreactive insulin (IRI), immunoreactive glucagon (IRG), and catecholamine (CA) as well as the glycogen (G) content in the liver, muscle, and kidneys were measured. Although whether hypoglycemia was present immediately after injection was not clear, the PG… (More)

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@article{Oi1997ChangesIP, title={Changes in plasma glucose, insulin, glucagon, catecholamine, and glycogen contents in tissues during development of alloxan diabetes mellitus in rats.}, author={Katsuyuki Oi and Hirofumi Komori and Hiroshi Kajinuma}, journal={Biochemical and molecular medicine}, year={1997}, volume={62 1}, pages={70-5} }